Brief Description: The push pull cables were finally attached to the
I had to make a few trips to Lorco in Grand Forks BC to get washers and things to make this job happen today. Trial and error I got the right bolt length and spacing to have the best results for the angle and alignment. I found that the cable needed to go under the fuel line so yes they had to come out and go back in. What a pain this was, 2 hours later it was back together and fuel hose on the line to prevent any rubbing from vibration. The trim motor rope was set up and I found the springs are to week to move the heavy duty push pull cables. I could move the holes and have a better purchase but I will try the spring next. It’s ok to have the system tight and not sloppy this way it will sit in the last position until moved.